Product Training Syllabus

Using Logical Network Inventory

Using Logical Network Inventory
What will I learn from this course?

The Using Logical Network Inventory training course teaches students how to use Logical Network Inventory to create a logical model of a telecommunications network and how to route logical circuits over the given facilities. Planning and administration of logical connections are also covered. Students will be taught how to use Logical Network Inventory in a variety of situations.

During this course, they will build simple telecommunications networks based on PDH, SDH, ATM and DWDM technologies, and route circuits across these network. The starting point is a preconfigured but empty Logical Network Inventory database.

Who Should Attend?

New users of Logical Network Inventory

Prerequisites

There are no mandatory requirements for this course. Ideally students should have experience of:

Core Spatial Technology

Physical Network Inventory

Telecommunications industry

Course Duration

4 Days

Course Objectives

Create the network infrastructure for a synchronous or asynchronous network using service ports, network elements, facilities, rings and subnetworks

Associate network elements and service ports with rack mounted equipment (RME) in physical locations, both manually and automatically

Route simple and complex circuit paths over the network, making use of existing 'bearer circuits' where appropriate

Build resilient circuits using the protection and diversity mechanisms

Create graphical representations of the network as geographical schematics and circuit path schematics as a routing aid

Use various administrative features of Logical Network Inventory

Recognise and resolve typical troubleshooting issues


Course Agenda

Introduction

Introducing telecommunications (optional)

Introducing Logical Network Inventory

Network Elements and Service Ports

Associating NE's and SP's with RME

Router and Viewer

Creating facilities

Geo schematics

Creating rings

Creating subnetworks

Creating circuits

Circuit path schematics

Protection

Diversity

Batch operations

Advanced troubleshooting (optional)

Circuit administration